May 25, 2018, marks the date when all companies that collect data from citizens of the European Union (EU) will need to abide by the new rules that govern the way customer data is protected. Whether it's providing personal data to companies who collect information for the sale of products or services or logging into apps or smartphones, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to initiate its approved legislation that puts forth new standards for consumers whose information is spread all across the internet.Read more
We would like to thank all of our users for their unwavering support of DYNO Mapper since our beta launch. The growth from MVP to Enterprise SaaS has been an exciting journey for the DYNO Mapper team, and we could not have done it without all of the user input that we have received. We value all of the constructive feedback, and we hope it keeps coming! Today, we are ecstatic to announce DYNO Mapper v2.0 and highlight 10 of the most important innovations in visual site mapping.Read more
Internet spam is potentially one of the most serious problems in today’s electronic environment and is unquestionably the most tenacious. It is impossible to determine how many spam emails users receive on a daily basis; even conservative estimates likely number in the hundreds. Naturally, email and web users of all sorts rightfully err on the side of caution and tend to dump any spam—or spam-like—email message as soon as they spot it in their Spam Folders.Read more
Have you ever tried to post a URL to a social media site or elsewhere and were frustrated by how long the link was? This is where a URL shortener would be helpful. There are different URL shortener tools out there on the internet to do this for you automatically, but it might not be easy to figure out which one is best. Here is a list of the top 14 URL shorteners online that you may find helpful. When using any online tool, it is important that you find the one that is right for you.Read more
When launching your business, one of the most important things to decide is how much to price your products. For SaaS companies, those selling internationally, this is a tough question to answer. Each nation has its own VAT, GST, and/or sales tax codes. To be clear—GST, VAT, and sales tax are all forms of taxes and will be referred to simply as “sales tax.” A SaaS company must charge the correct sales tax to each customer in the region in which the products are sold—how can this be possible? What if one area charges 20 percent and another location no tax at all? How are you to remain in compliance with the current tax codes?Read more
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